Pins help Cascade overcome M-P 36-20 in dual meet

Herald staff

EVERETT – The Cascade Bruins used four pins to ride out a hard-fought 36-20 home victory over Marysville-Pilchuck in a Western Conference 4A meet Thursday night.

In the hotly-contested 171-pound bout, Cascade’s Chris Buchan was clinging to a 3-2 advantage over M-P’s Peter Swardz before getting a pin at 1:34 of the third round.

“He just caught him on his back and pinned him,” Cascade coach Sherm Iverson said.

Another close battle occurred at 130 where M-P’s Marc Ramey used a takedown in the closing seconds to defeat Cascade’s Roger Garcia by a 9-7 count.

“That was a great match,” Iverson said.

The Bruins Matt Harvey remained unbeaten in the young season with a 9-3 decision over Patrick Ryan in the 112-pound bout.

Defending heavyweight state champion Israel Silva of M-P made his season debut with an 11-2 decision over Cascade’s Jesse Calderon.

“Jesse always tries to get up for that match and Israel did a good job of controlling him,” Iverson said.

  • Oak Harbor 61, Shorewood 12: Oak Harbor had six first-round pins to capture the Wesco 4A victory.

    103-Malinovsky (S) dec. Magana, 9-6; 112-Sanders (S) pinned Crouch, 3:17, second; 119-Garcia (OH) pinned Myers, :30, first; 125-Issacson (OH) dec. Wyman, 11-1; 130-Wichers (OH) pinned Oyarzo, 1:48, first; 135-Rosenkranz (S) dec. Comicho, 9-5; 140-Hill (OH) pinned Sinkov, 1:34, first; 145-Thompson (OH) pinned Payne, :51, first; 152-Bri. Lang (OH) pinned Wyatt, 1:01, first; 160-Horn (OH) dec. Shoemaker, 14-2; 171-Bre. Lang (OH) won by technical fall, Medhaug; 189-Kazman (OH) pinned Cooper, 2:56, second; 215-Whiteman (OH) pinned Desjardien, 2:03, second; 275-Hogan (OH) pinned Lemon, 1:00, first. Records-Oak Harbor 3-0 in league and overall. Shorewood 0-2.

  • Mariner 36, Edmonds-Woodway 27: Victor Martinez claimed a hard-fought 7-5 decision over Chris Stokes in the 189-pound bout to help Mariner notch its first victory of the season in the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Brudvik (E-W) dec Murray 7-0; 112-Trieu (E-W) dec. Nguyen 19-6; 119-Hadreas (E-W) pinned Wright at 00:35; 125-Vodegel (Mar.) dec. Lanier 10-5; 130-K. Evans (Mar.) dec. Franklin 9-0; 135-Edens (E-W) dec. Adams 8-5; 140-Aldrich (Mar.) pinned Sanders at 3:55; 145-Chelone (Mar.) tech. fall over Hanchett 15-0l; 152-Graham (E-W) pinned Bolling at 4:38; 160-J. Evans (Mar.) dec. Reed 6-2; 171-C. Martinez (Mar.) pinned Curtis at 1:03; 189-V. Martinez (Mar.) dec. Stokes 7-5; 215-Johnson (Mar.) pinned Sadowski at 1:45; 275-Stannard (E-W) tech fall over Gonzales 19-4; Records-Mariner 1-2 in league, Edmonds-Woodway 2-1, 2-1.

  • Sehome 52, Shorecrest 16: Sehome took advantage of three forfeits to win the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Eastman (Seh) won by forfeit ; 112-Cha (Sct) won by forfeit; 119-Guidon (Seh) pinned McGowan, time not reported; 125-Cuter (Seh) dec. Nakata, 9-5; 130-Lor (Seh) dec. Lanctot, 6-4; 135-Santos (Seh) won by forfeit; 140-B. Carlton (Sct) dec. Steele, 12-8; 145-Rel (Sct) dec. Dahlgren, 12-3; 152-Meske (Sct) dec. Hunt, 13-10; 160-Brock (Seh) pinned A. Carlton, time not reported; 171-Durbin (Seh) dec. Abts-Luskin, 11-4; 189-Tsiorvas (Seh) pinned Fagan, time not reported; 215-Evereidge (Seh) won by forfeit; 275-Brone (Seh) pinned Hulme, time not reported. Records-Shorecrest 0-2 in league and overall. Sehome 1-1, 1-1.

  • Kamiak 49, Mountlake Terrace 25: Jack Landon of Kamiak won by injury default after trailing 4-3 in the first-round of the Wesco 4A match.

    103-McVay (MT) pinned Funk, 5:59, third ; 112-Stevenson (MT) won by forfeit; 119-Beyers (K) won by forfeit; 125-Pistole (MT) dec. McCoy 12-4; 130-Cundy (MT) dec. Yasuda, 12-6; 135-Landon (K) won by injury default; Spadola 140-Scott (K) dec. Jansson, 17-8; 145-Hughes (K) pinned Smith, 1:52, first; 152-Oulette (K) pinned Kim, second; 160-Asaif (K) dec. Garton, 3-1; 171-Kunkle (K) pinned Grey, first; 189-Qaurrie (K) pinned Chi Lin, first; 215-Klumyer (K) won by forfeit; 275– Bockter (K) pinned Olsen, second. Records-Kamiak 1-1 in league and overall. Mountlake Terrace 0-3.

  • Snohomish 47, Monroe 33: Monroe’s Willie Ward posted a pin at 130 pounds, but the Panthers, who benefitted from five forfeits, won the non-conference dual meet.

    103-Conley (Monroe) Pinned Ferrin 4:20 third round; 112-Pugh (Snohomish) won by forfeit; 119-Clancey (Monroe) pinned T. Pratt 4:53; 125-Studley (Monroe) pinned Gleason 3:44; 130-Ward (Monroe) pinned McDonald 3:53 second round; 135-Mirsley (Monroe) pinned Pratt 4:53 third round; 140-Kaltbrunney (Snohomish) won by technical fall over Johnson 17-2; 145-Kihm (Snohomish) won by forfeit; 152-Stack (Snohomish) pinned not reported, 1:20 first round; 160-Clifford (Snohomish) pinned Yeary, time not reported; 171-Herzog (Snohomish) won by forfeit; 189-Burpe (Snohomish) won by forfeit; 215-Jolokoi (Snohomish) won by forfeit; 275-Bryant (Monroe) won 5-4 over Walls. Records-Snohomish 2-0 in league, 3-0 overall. Monroe 1-3.

  • Lake Stevens 34, Stanwood 26: Burke Barnes led the Vikings to the Wesco 3A victory by pinning his man in the 130-pound bout.

    103-Brown (S) dec. Warrington, 8-5; 112-Cloutier (LS) won by forfeit; 119-Human (LS) dec. Willmaser, 4-2; 125-Hayes (S) won by technical fall over Knight, score; 130-Barnes (LS) pinned Smith, 3:12, second; 135-Curnett (LS) dec. Dotson, 13-7; 140-Pearson (LS) pinned Houston, 1:15, first; 145-Bergman (LS) dec. Vinkand, 9-1; 152-Van Leuven (LS) dec. Webb, 15-5; 160-Anderson (LS) dec. Jones, 6-0; 171-Olson (S) dec. Gullette, 9-8; 189-Seymour (S) dec. Canham, 7-3; 215-Bear (S) pinned Daube, 3:41, second; 275-Walton (S) pinned Ginez, :30, first. Records-Lake Stevens 1-0 in league and overall. Stanwood 0-1, 0-2.

  • Granite Falls 47, Blaine 32: Freshman Mitch Kranson (103 pounds), Neil Hollo (119) and co-captains Jake Kuckuck (130) and Andres Valleza (135) all had pins for Granite Falls in the North Cascades meet.

    103-Kranson (GF) pinned Quintana, 1:45; 112-J. Luhrs (GF) pinned Head, 2:39; 119-Hollo (GF) pinned Miranda, 2:34; 125-Glann (B) pinned Duff, 2:30; 130-Kuckuck (GF) pinned Tewes, 1:20; 135-Valleza (GF) pinned Newton, 1:55; 140-Luber (GF) won by forfeit; 145-Ingraham (GF) won by technical fall over Marchio, 21-6; 152-Button (B) won by forfeit; 160-Highuy (B) dec. Rutherford, 9-6; 171-Burton (B) pinned Smith, 1:45, second; 189-Young (B) pinned McKibben, 2:13, third; 215-Watters (B) pinned Orta, 1:00; 275-Smith (GF) won by injury default over Green. Records-Granite Falls 2-0 in eague, 3-0 overall. Blaine 0-2.

  • Granite Falls 60, Meridian 30: Granite Falls benefitted from forfeits at 103, 130 and 135 pounds in the North Cascades meet.

    103-Kranson (GF) won by forfeit; 112-Sangha (M) pinned J. Luhrs, 2:00, second; 119-Hollo (GF) pinned Garcia, 2:10; 125-Duff (GF) dec. Karuza, 10-4; 130-Kuckuck (GF) won by forfeit; 135-Valleza (GF) won by forfeit; 140-Luber (GF) dec. Thugaen, 20-10; 145-Watts (M) pinned Ingraham :32; 152-Barrett (M) pinned C. Luhrs, 1:29; 160-Goertc (m) pinned Rutherford, 3:57; 171-Smith (GF) pinned Gonzaloz, 1:10; 189-McKibben (GF) won by forfeit; 215-Smith (GF) pinned Pardis, 1:20; 275-Orta (GF) won by forfeit. Records-Granite Falls 2-0 in eague, 3-0 overall. Meridian 0-2.

  • Noosack Valley 42, South Widbey 28: Freshmen Ben Harris (152 pounds) pinned his in overtime for the Falcons.

    103-Kelly (NV) pinned Schorr 1:05; 112-Van Dyke (NV) pinned Thomas 2:26; 119-Hymas (SW) pinned Stite 2:02; 125-Jackson (NV) won by major dec. over Johnson, 17-6; 130-Parmenter (NV) won by forfeit; 135-Warren (won by dec. over Rumberger, 7-5); 140-A. Larson (NV) won by major dec. over Foote, 13-3; 145-R. Larson (NV) won by major dec. over wills, 13-2; 152-Harris (SW) pinned Maas 6:51 o.t.; 160-Honcoop (NV) won by dec. over Martin 2-1; 171-Hearn (SW) won by fall over Marshall 2:52; 189-McCade (SW) pinned Jordan 1:25; 215-Admiral (SW) won by major dec. over Pitman 8-0; 275-Thibou (NV) won by forfeit. Records-South Widbey 0-2 league, 0-2-1 overall. Noosack Valley not reported.

  • Sultan 42, Blaine 30: Jerr Roesler pinned his opponent in the second round to help Sultan win the North Cascades meet.

    103-Clawson (S) dec. Quintana, no score reported; 112-Colliers (S) pinned Head, 1:30 first; 119-Attebury (S) pinned Miranda, 1:50 second; 125-Gahgl (B) dec. McDicken, no score reported; 130-Dennis (S) dec. Dewes, no score reported; 135-Newton (B) dec. Nye, no score reported; 140-Fortier (S) pinned Marchio, :44 first; 145-Button (B) pinned Lemmon, :41 second; 152-Roesler (S) pinned Highley, 1:27 second; 160-Burden (B) pinned Gasdasko, 1:39 second; 171-Brown (S) won by forfeit; 189-Young (S) won by forfeit; 215-Waters (B) won by forfeit; 275-Root (S) pinned Green, 1:21 second. Records-Sultan 2-0 in league. Blaine 0-2.

  • Mount Baker 52, South Whidbey 21: Bruce Hymas of South Whidbey pinned his opponent at 119 pounds in the North Cascades loss.

    103-Jules (MB) pinned Shore 3:26; 112-Balsden (MB) pinned Thomas 3:02; 119-Hymas (SW) won by dec. over Zender 1-0; 125-M. Rathjen (MB) pinned Johnson 5:42; 130-Little (MB) won by forfeit; 135-Roseboom (MB) pinned Rumberger 3:05; 140-Long (SW) pinned Babra 3:51; 145-Rathjen (MB) pinned Wills 4:26; 152-Horseman (MB) won by major dec. over Harris 15-6; 160-Babra (MB) won by major dec. over Martin 12-1; 171-Neilson (SW) won by forfeit; 189-Compton (MB) won by major dec. over Hern 12-3; 215-Jonas (MB) won by major dec. over McCade; 275-Admiral (SW) won by forfeit. Records-South Whidbey 0-2 league, 0-3-1 overall. Mount Baker not reported.

  • Sultan 58, Meridian 11: Sultan used four pins and a trio of forfeits to overwhelm visiting Meridian in the North Cascades meet.

    103-Clawson (Sultan) won by forfeit; 112-Colliers (Sultan) major dec. over Sangha; 119-Atterbury (Sultan) pinned Garcia at :41 of second round; 125-McDicken (Sultan) pinned Karuza :29 of first round; 130-Dennis (Sultan) won by forfeit; 135-Nye (Sultan) won by forfeit; 140-Fortier (Sultan) pinned Thygesen at 1:59 of first round; 145-J. Watts (Meridiian) won by Tech. fall over Lemon; 152-Roesler (Sultan) won by dec. over Barrett; 160-Gasdaska (Sultan) won by dec. over Goertz; 171-Brown (Sultan) pinned Gonzalez :19 of second round; 189-Double forfeit; 215-Pardis (Meridian) won by forfeit; 275-Root (Sultan) won by forfeit. Records-Sultan 1-0 in league, 1-0 overall. Meridian 0-1, 0-1.

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